The following requirements must be met to graduate with an Associate in Arts or an
Associate in Science degree from Kishwaukee College. For more detailed information
about this the Associate in Engineering Science degree or the Associate in Applied
Science degrees and Certificates of Completion, please consult thecurrent catalog.
Complete sixty-four (64) credit hours of 100 level courses or above with a maximum
of four hours of physical education activity credit. In addition, choose a Student
Success course listed in the current catalog unless transferring in 30 or more semester
Complete the Illinois Articulation Initiative General Education Core Curriculum. Go
to www.itransfer.org and select “Students.” Then select “Single School GECC worksheet.” Then select "Kishwaukee
College" from the pull-down menu.
Achieve a 2.0 (C) grade point average in all 100/200 level courses attempted at Kishwaukee
Meet residency requirements by earning a minimum of fifteen (15) semester hours of
100/200 level credit at Kishwaukee College for each degree earned.
Perla Gonzalez, a Kishwaukee College nursing student, was named the recipient of a $1,000 Illinois Community College Faculty Association (ICCFA) Student Scholarship. She was recognized with the award at the ICCFA conference luncheon on Nov. 10 in Bloomington.
The Kishwaukee College Continuing Education department will offer seven short-term training programs during the Spring 2024 semester. Kish short-term programs provide students with the skills and training needed to meet local workforce demands. The programs range from 11-20 weeks, allowing students to immediately start a career or build upon their skills with additional training.